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A report by the House of Commons public accounts committee found the MoD “continually fails to learn from its mistakes” despite having overseen many expensive failuresre a little bit more i.
MPs on the committee said they were “deeply concerned” by the department’s “inability or unwillingness” to answer basic questions and give a frank assessment of the state of its main programmes. They added that they were “extremely disappointed and frustrated by the continued poor track record of the MoD and its suppliers”The countries an idea o.
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